Latest machine vision cameras from Basler to be showcased at NI Week 2015
At NI Week 2015, Basler will showcase its ace machine vision camera models that are equipped with the IMX174 CMOS image sensor from Sony.
From August 3-6 at NI Week 2015, Basler will showcase its acemachine vision camera models that are equipped with the IMX174 CMOS image sensor from Sony. The acA 1920-50 gm/gc GigE cameras and acA 1920-155 gm/gc USB 3.0 cameras are the new models with the IMX174 sensor. The acA 1920-50 gm (monochrome) and acA 1920-50 gc (color) achieve a frame rate of 50 fps with a GigE interface while the acA 1920-155 gm (monochrome) and acA 1920-155 gc (color) achieve a frame rate of 155 fps with a USB 3.0 interface. All of the camera models feature a 5.86 µm pixel size and 10 or 12 bit pixel depth.
All of the cameras come with Basler’spylon Camera Software Suite and feature high quantum efficiency (more than 70%), wide dynamic range (approximately 73 dB), and low noise ratio. The cameras, according to Basler, provide an ideal replacement for CCD cameras.
NI Week booth number:815
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: ace GigE and USB 3.0 cameras
Key Features: Sony IMX174 CMOS image sensor, USB 3.0/GigE interfaces, 5.86 µm pixel size, 50 fps (GigE), 155 fps (USB 3.0), pylon Camera Software Suite.
What Basler says:
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